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Baseball Comittee urges yes vote on RENU

October 5, 2016 To the editor: On Nov. 8, New Ulm residents will have the opportunity to vote on extending the one-half percent local sales tax that has existed since its passage in 2000. more »»

Kevin Sweeney: I’m a Fitbit nitwit

October 5, 2016 I was honest with my doctor at my last checkup. “What kind of physical exercise do you do?” I was asked. “Not a damn thing,” I answered. And I was being truthful. more »»

What drives his voting decisions

October 5, 2016 To the editor: I read a number of newspapers each mornin. more »»

North Korea keeps upping the threat

October 4, 2016 What next from North Korea? One week the rogue dictatorship tests new missiles. The next, it improves its nuclear arsenal. more »»

Gymnastics needs RENU support

October 4, 2016 To the editor: New Ulm Area Gymnastics and Turner Hall request the community’s support by asking you to Vote Yes! to continue investing in our community’s resources. more »»

Vote for whom you believe in

October 4, 2016 To the editor: I am a Gary Johnson supporter. Perhaps you’ve heard of him, the Libertarian candidate for president. more »»

Kremena Spengler: In addiction, attitudes linger

October 4, 2016 NEW ULM — A recent survey conducted by Marie Larsen, Manager of Addiction and Substance Abuse Services at the New Ulm Medical Center, points to a lingering stigma associated with addiction. more »»

Insurance woes

October 3, 2016 Minnesota’s Affordable Care program is turning into a disaster for people who insure themselves. Last Friday the state announced major rate increases for private plan health insurance policies. more »»

Mylan should not be alone in congress’ crosshairs

October 2, 2016 Mylan Pharmaceuticals and its chief executive officer, Heather Bresch, have been easy targets for politicians seeking to gain headlines as defenders of financially hard-pressed American familie. more »»

Greg Orear: What's Going On

October 2, 2016 Even if you were there, you probably would have missed it. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 1, 2016 Hwy. 14 frustration THUMBS DOWN: The Highway 14 Partnership is not alone in its frustration with the legislative process. more »»

Reality of the Presidency

October 1, 2016 To the editor: In response to Mr. Shapiro’s and Mr. Witcover’s columns in The Journal on Sept. 22: The reality of Mr. Trump is a common sense and presidential person. more »»

Politicking with flood victims

September 30, 2016 Tens of thousands of flood victims in West Virginia, Louisiana and other states were used as hostages by cynical politicians in Congress this week, in an inexcusable election-year stun. more »»

Loans available for rental improvements

September 30, 2016 Editor’s Note: The City of New Ulm presents a weekly column highlighting activities in different departments in the city government. Once a month the city will answer questions from readers. more »»

Trump needs to prepare

September 29, 2016 Donald Trump did not do terribly well in the Monday night debate. He was put on the defensive again and again by Hillary Clinton and by the moderator, Lester Holt. more »»

Kevin Sweeney: Off the Record

September 29, 2016 District 88 opened its new high school on Sept. 12, after a couple of years of planning, construction and preparations that have gone pretty smoothly. more »»

Kelsey Bardon: Letter from Ulm

September 29, 2016 Now that August and most of September has come and gone, it is with great pleasure that I get to tell you more about my German exchange here in Ulm! In my last article that I submitted to the... more »»

Debate does little to sway voters

September 28, 2016 Tuesday’s presidential candidate debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump contained few surprises. Hillary was Hillary, Donald was Donald and there were few surprises or gaffes. more »»

Randy Krzmarzick: Learning to live with differences

September 28, 2016 On these fall mornings I am up before the sun. It is the best time of year, and this is the best time of day. I start the coffee maker and open the kitchen windows. more »»

IS should be tried for crimes against humanity

September 27, 2016 Islamic State terrorists have been guilty of atrocities truly worthy of the history books. They need not be detailed here, other than to note their viciousness has been broad as well as deep. more »»



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